CrossFit Style AMRAP workout - Ability to put AMRAP (As Many Rounds As Possible) as a value when adding number of sets.
Currently when putting in a value for the number of sets for the exercise it is not possible to put anything other than a number.
It would be great to have the ability to put in AMRAP if the exercise is to be completed for As Many Rounds As Possible in a set amount of time.
AMRAP in 5 minutes
Box Jumps AMRAP x 10 Reps
Pushups AMRAP x 10 Reps
Kenzie Mosher commented
Even an empty text box where we could enter the workout without ANY requirements for time/reps/etc with access to the timer and the ability to enter a generic score. AND The ability to still see the movements programmed for said workout. This would leave alot of freedom to program several types of CrossFit-style workouts.
Def need this !
Paul Hynes commented
I agree! The ability to add an AMRAP set would be very useful
For example: As many rounds as possible in a set time frame.
Jennifer Scarponi commented
This would be amazing!!!
Bradley Brooks commented
NEED this function, would help a ton.
Katherine Martino commented
AGREED! Please add AMRAP
William Butler commented
Whats the status on this one? Seems to be in planning for a while...
Keith Miller commented
Seems to be a very simple thing to add to this software. Why hasn't it been added?
BOXING TIMER THAT ALLOWS ME TO PUT IN THE COMBINATIONS FOR THE ROUND
Harriet Olliffe commented
Also, the ability to do sets & reps for example a back squat, followed by an AMRAP. At the moment I can't figure out how to mix the 2 into one workout session?
Why has this not been added as yet. It seems like a very simple addition. Sorry if this is not the case.
yes. I want to do Amrap circuits. ie. 10 push ups, 10 superman 10 pull ups as many times through in 10 minutes.
Great for building a timed ladder workout too.
30 Minute Body App commented
This was my main thing to suggest and it’s already here and planned! Great work 👍
Sam Jenkins commented
Also Allow the rest time between exercises to be louder! If you don't have your headphones in the beep is so low that clients don't even notice it
When creating a workout it would be great if it added the times up and had a running count for how long the workout is.
Vaughn Franklin commented
Trainerize team, check out how FitBot allows us to write easy workouts, not restricted to sets and circuits. It’s super simple to use, I’d love to see that here!
Vaughn Franklin commented
Please work on this! I feel it’s so important and a simple fix!
Trea Da Fit Artist commented
YES! And a Tabata timer!!
Nobert Bayelle commented
Workout Trainer by Skimble has a great workout timer! Something like that, that allows you to subtract or add seconds based on difficulty as well as the EMOM idea mentioned above would be soo curicial!
Jasmine Dubose commented
It would also be great if the interval timer allows for more manual control by the client. Like I did a workout that consisted of stretches, each one is 30 seconds. But my client said it would be better if she could control when she wants to start and stop each stretch, instead of the tier automatically going to the next. Or is that only solved by putting a rest after each stretch? That just seems like a lot of rests